ACT is a collegiate organization that helps agriculture communication students develop professionally and socially through professional opportunities and educational programs. The goal of this organization is to build relationships with peers, faculty, and professionals who are interested in agricultural communications.
LSSA aims to involve students in life sciences and horticulture. LSSA gives students the ability to gain hands-on experience in the club greenhouse and become involved in community events and projects.
CEASA is a club for students interested in hydroponics and controlled environment agriculture. CEASA promotes hands-on experience with design, maintenance, and hydroponic systems in greenhouses.
Alpha Tau Alpha is a national honorary organization for students majoring in agricultural education or extension education. This organization aims to prepare agriculture education students for their professional careers.
Compost Cats partners with the University of Arizona Student Unions, City of Tucson, local businesses, nonprofits, and schools to collect food scraps, raise awareness, and promote a sustainable and green community. Members work to reduce waste and greenhouse gas emissions and to increase local food security by diverting food scraps, landscape clippings, and paper from landfills, turning these into a high-quality soil amendment for local agriculture and landscaping use.
MANRRS is a membership of people of all racial and ethnic groups who are pursuing agriculturally related careers. Their goal is to promote academic and professional advancement by inspiring minorities in agriculture and natural resources related fields.
The Sigma Alpha Sorority, Alpha Rho chapter, is a professional agricultural sorority for women associated with the University of Arizona. The sorority promotes leadership, service, and diversity. Although it is an agriculturally related sorority, women in all majors are welcome to join.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Ambassadors are a group of dedicated students who serve as representatives of CALS. Ambassadors act as peer recruiters to promote the programs in CALS related to agriculture, renewable natural resources, and family and consumer sciences.
Alpha Zeta is a national honorary service club for men and women who are pursuing a career related to agriculture or natural resources. Members dedicate their time to serving the school and the community while developing leadership and professional values.
Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Pi is a national agriculture fraternity for men pursuing any career related to the agriculture, food or fiber industries. The Alpha Pi chapter is associated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona. This fraternity has both a social and professional aspect allowing members to socialize with other students on campus and in the community while connecting members with peers and professors in their chosen degree program.